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Transferring to sanatorium of long term diseased from the perspective of patient
Koutná, Hana ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Name and surname of the author: Hana Koutná Institution: Charles University in Prague Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine Division of Nursing Title: Transferring to sanatorium of long term diseased from the perspective of patient Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefačíková, Ph. D. Number of pages: 148 Number of attachements: 8 Year of defence: 2019 Keywords: sanatorium of long term diseased (LDN), transfer, adaptation, stereotyp, old-age, Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) The bachelor thesis is focused on patients' experience of their transfer to the sanatorium of long term diseased (LDN), the way they perceive this facility and what they knows about it. The goal of the theoretical part is to present LDN, their position in the health care system, history of their origin and also their stereotype in society. The thesis also deals with somatic, psychological and social changes associated with aging. Finally, it discusses the concept of adaptation and the factors that affect it, focusing on the adaptation of seniors to the conditions in long-term care facilities. A semi-structured interview was used in the research. It was made in collaboration with three respondents with no previous experience with hospitalization in LDN whatsoever. The respondents' individual...
Communication with hospitalized seniors
Krausová, Jana ; Kutnohorská, Jana (advisor) ; Vachková, Eva (referee)
Name and surname of the author: Jana Krausová Institution: Charles University Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Departmemnt of Nursing Title: Communication with hospitalized seniors Supervisor: doc. PhDr. Jana Kutnohorská, CSc. Number of pages: 93 Number of attachments: 3 Year of defense: 2019 Keywords: communication, seniors, barriers to communication, old age, stroke, nonverbal communication, recommendation for communication The Bachelor's thesis deals with communication between nursing staff and hospitalized senior citizens with the primary diagnosis of stroke. The theoretical part focusses on clarifying the term old age and its manifestation. Furthermore, it discusses communication as a process both verbal and non-verbal which focuses on recommendations for communication in certain groups of patients. The last part of the bachelor's thesis provides an overview of patients with stroke. The practical part was evaluated with the help of the qualitative research method. The research was done in Oblastní nemocnice Jičín in the Department of Neurology. A number of six respondents were chosen. The researched sample only consists of patients of a senior citizen's age with diagnosed stroke. Predetermined research questions are evaluated based on the respondents' answers.
The ethics of dying and death in the profession of a nurse
Kirchbergerová, Jana ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Author: Jana Kirchbergerová Institution: Charles University of Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: The ethics of dying and death in the profession of nurses Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefančíková, Ph.D. Number of pages: Number of attachments: Year of defense: 2017 Key words: Dying, death, palliative care, nursing care of the dying, pain, ethics in health care Bachelor thesis deals with the ethics of dying and death from the perspective of nurses in homes for the elderly, in the opthal sanatorium, in a hospice and in the nursing home. In the Theoretical part we give a short introduction of the issues of dying and death. Furthermore, palliative care, nursing care of the dying, pain and ethics in health care. The empirical part of the thesis deals with a qualitative survey investigation in the form of semistructured interview, which is aimed on general nurses, and the mapping of their point of view over the issue. The Data was processed on the basis of open coding. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to identify and assess the perspective of nurses on the issue of death and dying at different sites, which they individually describe.
Preoperative and postoperative education of patient with total hip replacement
Synková, Lenka ; Mareš, Jiří (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Name and surname of the author: Lenka Synková Institution: Charles University, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Název práce: Preoperative and Postoperative Education of Patient with Total Hip Replacement Vedoucí práce: prof. PhDr. Jiří Mareš, CSc. Počet stran: 107 Počet příloh: 3 Rok obhajoby: 2017 Klíčová slova: total hip replacement, education The bachelor thesis consists of two parts, the theoretical-summary part and the empiric part. The theoretical part deals with the following topics: Problems of the hip, Degenerative hip disease, Total hip replacements, Perioperative period, Hospital admission of a patient, THR surgery, Immediate postoperative care, Nursing care communication and education, Preoperative education of a THR patient, Postoperative care of a THR patient. The empiric part includes a survey probing that took place in Praha - Malvazinky Hospital with 50 patients after THR surgery. It surveyed the education in following three stages: ambulant, preoperative and postoperative. The statistics analysis revelaled that none of the nursing groups dominated during the patients' education in all three stages. No significant difference in ambulant and preoperative stages between the time of education provided by doctors and nurses was...
Specifics communication with patients on dialysis
Kosová, Eva ; Kutnohorská, Jana (advisor) ; Vachková, Eva (referee)
Author: Eva Kosová Institution: Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Institute of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: Specifics of communication with patients on dialysis Supervisor: doc. PhDr. Jana Kutnohorská, CSc. Number of pages: 85 Year of defense: 2016 Keywords: Communication with the patient, hemodialysis, nurse communication skills, empathy in patient communication. Thesis discusses the specific communication to nurses with patients on dialysis. The work has a theoretical part, divided into a general theory of communication and communication in nursing and a section dedicated to dialysis treatment, including a brief anatomy and physiology of the kidney. The practical part deals with the evaluation of communication with patients at the center DS in Chrudim, via questionnaire. Topics are chosen in terms of the theoretical background of general communication in nursing.
Selfesteem of nurse
Martincová, Anna ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Author: Anna Martincová Institution Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: Selfesteem of nurses Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefančíková, Ph.D. Number of pages: 88 Number of enclosures: 9 Year of defense: 2016 Keywords: self-esteem, helping profession, helper syndrome, burnout, self- knowledge, self-evaluation The bachelor thesis deals with the nurse self-esteem. The theoretical part discusses the concepts of helping profession, personal and qualification skills and competences of nurse profession. Furthemore, the difficulties of the profession are desribed, such as helper syndrome, burnout and sorrorigenie (patient's psychosomatic damage caused by nurse). Self- knowledge is important for the nurse's self-conception and positive self-evaluation. The practical part includes the results of qualitative survey aimed at nurse self- conception. The research was conducted using semi-structured interviews processed by means of phenomenological description, open coding and triangulation.
Ethical problems in the work of nurses with chronic patient
Hofmanová, Lucie ; Votroubková, Michaela (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Author: Lucie Hofmanová Institucion: Charles University in Prague Faculty of medicine in Hradec Králové Institute of social medicine Department of nursing Title of the thesis: Ethical issues in the work of nurses with chronic patient Supervisor: Mgr. Michaela Votroubková Number of pages: 96 Attachments: 1 Year of defense: 2015 Keywords: Euthanasia, Do not resuscitation, Living will, CPR patients in the terminal stages of illness This thesis deals with ethical issues in the work of nurses with chronic patients. The introduction focuses on the history of euthnasia and wishes previously experessed. It also describes the ethical issues of euthanasia, arguments for and against euthanasia. Conclusion of thesis is focused on the experiences and opinions of paramedical staff.
The perception and experience of the death of General nurses and clients selected non-medical professions
Haková, Ivana ; Kutnohorská, Jana (advisor) ; Švecová, Dagmar (referee)
Author: Ivana Haková Institution: Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Institute of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: Perceptions and Experience of client's Death among General Nurses and Paramedical Professions Supervisor: doc. PhDr. Jana Kutnohorská, CSc. Number of pages: 90 Year of defense: 2015 Keywords: questionnaire, palliative care, dying, death, nurse and selected non-medical professions, stress, burnout. Thesis is about the perception and experience of the death of the client for general nurses and selected non-medical professions. The theoretical part explains the basic terms and concepts, one example is an explanation of the concept of death and everything associated with it, the second part of the theory deals with the concept of palliative care, and in the third chapter explains the distribution of health care personnel, there is also mention burnout in this profession and identified utilized effective relaxation techniques. In the empirical part is an analysis of a questionnaire survey undertaken in 85 respondents working in health care in acute beds, internal medicine, social care beds, long-term care beds and patient follow-up care. The questionnaire was evaluated for cell research sample.
The barriers to communication with hospitalized seniors
Poklopová, Martina ; Kutnohorská, Jana (advisor) ; Vachková, Eva (referee)
Author: Martina Poklopová Institution: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: The barriers to communication with hospitalized seniors Supervisor: doc. PhDr. Jana Kutnohorská, CSc. Number of pages: 104 Number of attachments: 5 Year of defense: 2016 Key words: communication, old age, senior, barriers to communication, dementia, hearing-impaired senior, visually impaired senior This Bachelor Thesis deals with the most frequent barriers to communication with hospitalized seniors from the perspective of nursing staff. The theoretic part of the thesis deals with communication in general, it defines words: old age, senior, aging, it acquaints with the specifics of communication with seniors. Special attention is paid to the communication with seniors with sensory and cognitive disorders. The empiric part of the thesis is comprised of the quantitative research focused on the detection and analysis of the barriers to communication with hospitalized seniors. The research took place in Rehamedica Žacléř, a. s., the medical facility for the long-term nursing care, and in Oblastní nemocnice Trutnov, a. s. The surveyed file is represented by nursing staff - nurses, nursing assistants, hospital attendants and orderlies. The survey...
Communication with dying patient in the ICU from the perspective of nurses
Jordánová, Hana ; Kutnohorská, Jana (advisor) ; Votroubková, Michaela (referee)
Author: Hana Jordánová Institution: Institute of social medicine LF UK in Hradec Králové Nursing care department Name of theses: Communication with dying patients in the ICU from the perspektive of nurses Head of theses: doc. PhDr. Jana Kutnohorská, CSc. Number of pages: 78 Number of attachments: 2 Year of defense: 2014 Key words: Communicetion, stages of dying, dignified dying, intensive care The thesis is focusing o communication with the dying patient in an intensive care from the nurse perspective. Thesis are consists of two main parts, theoretical and practical. Theoretical part describes the various components of general communication and communication and specifics of the dying patient. This part also describes problems of dying in intensive care. Theoretical part aso focus on ethical problems that can be communicate with the dying patient. The empirical part focuses on the detection of communication and nurses emotional skills in communication with the dying patient. The focus of thesis is quantitative research, reached by anonymous questionnaire. The research sample consisted of nurses working in the intesive care unit. Based on the analysis of the research were identified difficulties and suggested solutions in communicating with dying patients.

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